Daedra is a broad category covering all the denizens of oblivion, all immortal and varying in power from scrawny little imps to powerful, almost godlike beings. The most powerful are the daedric princes, which have a specific realm and lesser daedra to command. They cannot create things, but can change things. The dremora are the lesser daedra controlled by Mehrunes Dagon. They are commonly mistaken for being the only daedra, due to their common appearances throughout the elder scrolls games. Badass drawing by the way.
I recently made a character for a game called Pathfinders and got a somewhat accurate looking miniature to represent him on the map. I was wondering if i sent a couple of pics of the miniature from different angles, do you think you could make a drawing or rendering of what he looks like because a few details on the miniature are incorrect. So you think you could help me out cause my PC with my design programs got fried a few weeks ago.
Really nice work, this is my favourite type of armour in Skyrim, my character wears it.
Dremora are basically a race of lesser Daedra, they serve the more powerful Daedric Princes, some choose to serve Mehrunes Dagon but they may serve the other Daedric overlords.
Like someone below said, there are other Daedra such as Clannfears, Xivilai there is also the crocodile like Daedroth and in Oblivion's Shivering Isles we see more humanoid lesser Daedra in the form of Aureals (Golden Saints) and Dark Seducers (Mazken)
What makes Daedra so epic is that they cannot die, you can destroy their body but their soul goes back to Oblivion and reforms!
The difference between Daedra and Dremora, if I'm not mistaken, is that the term Daedra englobes all kinds of lifeforms from Oblivion, like the Clannfears, Atronachs and Dremora, while the term Dremora is used just for the human-like daedra (Just the armor-clad and red-skinned ones lol, without counting atronaches or Xivali) which is tipically seen roaming in Oblivion.